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Elisa Lane is not much bigger than the pigtails she wears when she gardens at the Whitelock Community Farm in Reservoir Hill. But she has a big impact. She sells the fresh vegetables from the empty corner lot that she just kind of took over at below-...
Franklin County Dairy Princess Pageant — The 46th annual Franklin County Dairy Princess Pageant is scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday at Kauffman Ruritan Community Center, 7289 Ruritan Drive, Chambersburg, Pa. A buffet-style meal of chicken and ham will be...
Five years ago, Illinois passed legislation requiring electric suppliers to buy more renewable energy such as wind and solar power and then pass those costs on to customers. The intent of the mandate was to have so-called green electricity accounting...
Tags: Energy, Alternative Energy, Laws, Consumers, Illinois Governor
SCHOOL REFERENDUMS Ind. schools seeing more success with tax hikes INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana school districts that won voters' approval last week for tax increases to boost school funding may be growing more skilled at selling the public on...
Among the most intriguing May peaches are three patented by Alan and Lori Asdoorian of Kingsburg, whose century-old Island Farms lies between two branches of the Kings River, southeast of Fresno. Because of the short period from bloom to harvest, May...
The free egg salad sandwiches served at the farm auction on the north edge of Aurora in eastern South Dakota about 1922 was the culprit, ushering in ptomaine poisoning. Then there was the infamous Ed Ziebarth sale near Elkton in February 1931. At that...
New ranch home move-in ready In anticipation of a strong sales season this spring, Henning Estates has just completed a ranch home that is available for immediate delivery. For sale is the 2,353 square-foot Rockport ranch home, which represents the...
Why does California get all the attention when winemaking has been part of Pennsylvania's heritage for more than three centuries? The roots of winemaking were planted in the Keystone State by none other than William Penn. The eight wineries on the...
Tags: Breinigsville, New Tripoli, Kutztown, Nazareth, Grapes
Upcoming Public Government Meetings - Crab Orchard City Commission (no action): 6 p.m. May 16 at Crab Orchard city hall - Stanford Planning and Zoning: 6 p.m. May 23 at L&N Depot - Lincoln County Board of Education (no action): 6:30 p.m. May 23 at the...
South Bend TribuneOn the subject of working on a farm his whole life, Rick Pertics once told a friend and fellow farmer that all he knows is blueberries, and he likes what he does. "And it's true, from the time he was a boy, that's what he did, work on that farm,"...
Buying healthy snacks isn't easy when you don't have a car and the corner store offers lots of chips and cookies but little in the way of fresh fruit. So when Carlos Lopez, a father of five who lives near Sacred Heart Hospital in Allentown, heard about...
The Collinsville Farmers Market will kick off its eighth season on June 9, organizers have announced. As it has in years past, the market will be in the parking lot of town hall in Collinsville and will run on every Sunday through Oct. 20, rain or...
Tags: Breads, East Granby
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